The Société des Anc. Établissements Luc Court et Cie was a French automobile manufacturer founded by Marie-Luc Court in Lyon. Luc Court production lasted from 1899 until 1936. In 1901 the company built a light racing car (Course) to accentuate the reputation of his models. On July 24, 1902, Maréchal placed his Luc Court in 2nd place in the consumption race of the Auto Cycle Lyonnais on the 135 km Lyon-Bourg-en-Bresse-Pont-d’Ain-Lyon route, consuming 8,25l per 100km. On September 16, 1902, Pichat finished 3rd in the light car category during the first edition of the Mont Ventoux Hill Climb organized by the Automobile Club d’Avignon. He covered the 21 km distance n 1 hour, 18 minutes and 25 seconds. On an identical model, Maréchal had won second place in the consumption competition organized by Autocyclophile Lyonnais two months earlier. Luc Court himself in August 1903 drove one of his cars in Hill Climb of Laffrey (Grenoble), finishing 11th more than 10 minutes behind the winner. In April 1906, a Luc Court won 1st place in the 10-20 CV category in the Limonest hill climb. And in May 1911, the Luc Courts won again 1st place in the 2nd and 3rd categories of the Medea Hilll Climb in Algeria.
|1902*||Hill Climb||Mont Ventoux|
|*built 1901, raced 1902|